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If you're looking for an easy to watch, family friendly, tween/teen nickelodeon-like show, this one is great. The acting is silly... but the plot moves fast and keeps one curious about how the mystery will unravel.
I was impressed by the content of the mystery and I found the effects to be neat as well. It's kind of - everything a kid would like to see in a TV show. A surreal world where all they and all their friends get to fight mysterious crimes and save the world.
So given its genre, I give it a 10. It's fun and I wish they continued on to further seasons.
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